Derek Morrison at Auricle extends on some previous comments about Filling up experiences at the online filling station:
Now I’m still someone who reckons that the average web page is best viewed at a minimum of 1024×768 resolution … which isn’t an unreasonable expectation for someone with even a modest desktop or laptop nowadays. But my recent adoption of a PDA has rattled the bars of my cage a little. Suddenly design elements which seemed so ‘essential’ from my desktop/laptop centric view of the world are in danger of being downgraded to ‘desirable’ or maybe even the lower category ‘nice’.
He describes his first attempts at providing an alternative stylesheet suitable for use on a PDA. The stylesheet is accessible and the page can be switched to give a sense of the changes.